Hiking in Utah

First and foremost, I’m sorry. I can’t seem to be able to cut back the number of photos in the post.

For a few years now, I’ve been wanting to go hiking in Utah to see Zion and Bryce National Park. It didn’t take too much to convince two friends to go too. We flew into Vegas, hiked half day in Zion, a full day in Bryce, and another half day in Bryce.

Zion is gorgeous, huge, and commercialized. Bryce on the other hand, is much smaller but the hikes and views are breathtaking!

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park, flowering cactus

Day 1: Zion National Park, flowering cactus

Day 1: Zion National Park, flowering cactus

Day 1: Zion National Park, flowering cactus

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 1: Zion National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park, the start of the Peek-a-Boo Trail

Day 2: Bryce National Park, the start of the Peek-a-Boo Trail

Day 2: Bryce National Park, selfie

Day 2: Bryce National Park, selfie

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park, storm approaching

Day 2: Bryce National Park, storm approaching

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park

Day 2: Bryce National Park, pano view

Day 2: Bryce National Park, pano view

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 2: on our way back to Panguitch

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, the switch-back that almost murdered me

Day 3: Bryce National Park, the switch-back that almost murdered me

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop--the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop–the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop--the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop–the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop--the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop–the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop--the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop–the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop--the Wall Street section

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop–the Wall Street section

Utah day3--9

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

Day 3: Bryce National Park, Queens Garden trail and Navajo Loop

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